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Adam 6 days
oooohhh, that's why judges sentence people to 3x life in prison just in case something like this happens. XD
Zachary Brooks 6 days
That is so if one sentence is revoked due to new evidence and stuff likely. Funny answer though
Petri Fide 5 days
Now that makes sense.

Paul C 6 days
If he died, guess he needs to buried/cremated.
NeverMetTheGuy 5 days
Your idea is so much better than his; since he died already they could just chuck him in a box and be done with it.
dan 5 days
I say cremation is in order

Christopher Stone 6 days
The Iowa Court of Appeals upheld that decision Wednesday. "Schreiber is either still alive, in which case he must remain in prison, or he is actually dead, in which case this appeal is moot," Judge Amanda Potterfield wrote in the court of appeals opinion. Ok now that is funny.
Dawlben 5 days
There are many kinds of death - legally dead - medically dead - brain dead - socially dead
Mitchell 4 days
Undead 😨

James Sanford (Retroambassador) 6 days
nice try buddy

Tio BRIDGE 6 days
Outstanding move

porcus 6 days
Interesting theory you have there, but no, you are still alive.

cabin ceiler 6 days
He couldn’t have been brain dead or he wouldn’t be alive now. There’s no coming back from brain death.

Max Nutty 6 days
Does that mean if you get married until "death do you part" that this would mean you could legally remarry after being revived?
Macius 6 days
Fair point. "Life sentence is any sentence of imprisonment for a crime under which convicted persons are to remain in prison either for the REST of their natural life or until paroled or otherwise commuted to a fixed term" Who's paying for his lawyers?

Randy Souse-Git 6 days
He had a very good case, IMHO. They revived him despite his do not resuscitate order AND against the direction of his next of kin. So he should have died a natural death and the state chose to revive him into continued imprisonment.
Herbie Goes Bananas 6 days
Sounds like cruel and unusual punishment.

Beisht Kione 6 days
Well played hahahaha

Bennington 6 days
this is what's called a "Pro gamer move"

Sir_Kutz 6 days
I’ll give him credit for originality.

R Lewis 6 days
Schrödinger's prisoner. Leave him in a locked cell with a coffin. As long as nobody ever checks on him, he's neither dead, nor a prisoner. Win-win.

Garthak 6 days
I would absolutely push that argument. Great idea

OttersGonnaOtt 6 days
Unfortunately as a zombie he has no human rights. best we can do is lock him up behind a chained doorway that's marked 'DON'T DEAD OPEN INSIDE'.
Deimantas 5 days
Idk, I think that sign would confuse many, including myself.

Rational ific 6 days
You can be released when your victim comes back to life.

Andrew 1010 6 days
...Yep you're honor I'm totally a brand new man now and none of my previous concious stuck with me... What about knowing your sentencing? ...SHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!

Matrim Helmsgaard (Mrperrific) 6 days
tried to do a John snow.. nice try man
Petri Fide 5 days
Was looking for anyone else to see the John Snow connection

The Dragon 5 days
if you ain't jewbus nobody cares if you come back imao

(Un)Fortunate Son 6 days
It’d be hilarious if they let him on house arrest for one day before arresting him again on trying to fool the system.